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The synchronized last mile logistics concept seeks to address, through coordinated collaboration, several challenges that hinder reliability, cost efficiency, effective resource planning, scheduling and utilization; and increasingly, sustainability objectives. Subsequently, the meeting of service level and contractual commitments are competitively impacted with any loss of efficiency. These challenges, against a backdrop of Singapore, can essentially be addressed in selected industry sectors through a better understanding of logistics structures; innovative supply chain designs and coordination of services, operations and processes coupled with concerted policies and supply chain strategies.
commercial decentralization, urban logistics, retail precinct management, Singapore, in-mall delivery, auction, multi-objective route optimization, visualization
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics | Asian Studies | Computer Sciences | Operations Research, Systems Engineering and Industrial Engineering | Urban Studies
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Procedia: Social and Behavioral Sciences: 9th International Conference on City Logistics, 17-19 June 2015, Tenerife, Spain
DE SOUZA, Robert; LAU, Hoong Chuin; GOH, Mark; Lindawati; NG, Wee-Siong; and TAN, Puay-Siew.
Retail precinct management: A case of commercial decentralization in Singapore. (2015). Procedia: Social and Behavioral Sciences: 9th International Conference on City Logistics, 17-19 June 2015, Tenerife, Spain. 765-776. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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